So I was making my second go for Jupiter and Saturn last night under better "seeing" conditions than last Friday and noticed that the different wavelengths of light were being dispersed along the vertical dimension in the two moons in the pasted in image at the bottom of this note.
I read about this artifact but never really thought about it until imaging Jupiter at f/20 with the 6SE and 2.5x GSO Barlow and REALLY seeing the color shift in those two moons, I've seen it in the other images I've processed of Jupiter as a not too objectional issue along the top (blue) and bottom edges (red) of the planet but those moons should be mostly round and white.
I know there are Atmospheric Dispersion Correctors (ADC) that use two prisms to reconverge the wavelengths of light along the vertical dimension but then I thought since these are digital images there is probably a way to correct for it in some astronomy related software app I am unaware of. I just started searching on this topic and really haven't found anything useful yet and I was wondering if any of you happen to know of any apps that are available that can "virtually" correct for this type of chromatic aberration?
Thanks for any feedback.